New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly has apologized for his appearance in a documentary that says Muslim leaders and organizations in the United States are part of a plot for global jihad. An NYPD spokesperson had told reporters that he believed the footage of Kelly had come from another source, not from an interview with filmmakers. But on Wednesday, Kelly admitted he was interviewed for the movie, which is called "The Third Jihad." The NYPD has also claimed the film was screened only to a small number of officers, but it was revealed this week it was in fact screened to more than 1,400. Groups including the New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and the Muslim American Civil Liberties Coalition are now calling for Kelly’s resignation.